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|ELEMENTAL NOISE - Abstract Knowledge|
"You know the fugitive thing in your deepest mind but you can't explain it by words; it's an abstract knowledge" Myrddin - The Cryptic Door. Here is the first album of Elemental Noise. The concept of the music takes inspiration from ancient myths, magics and mysteries which sometimes appear briefly in our mind. This album is filled with sublime ambiences and textures, giving an easy-listening edge to this well crafted experimental music...
Keywords: Elemental Noise; Abstract Knowledge; Abstract Electronic; Experimental Electronic
|ELEMENTAL NOISE - Infrared Collision|
The third album of Elemental Noise leads us in the intangible world of particles. Strange ethereal pads, delicate cascades of notes, hypnotic waves, live interlaced sequences and a real Orchestra shape the ambient matter towards a sonic alchemy. Elemental Noise shows again his mastership in sound design and his ability to blend orchestral parts with high-quality experimental ambient electronic music...
Keywords: Elemental Noise; Infrared Collision; Abstract Electronic; Experimental Electronic; Ambient; Orchestra
|ELEMENTAL NOISE - The Curved Light|
The second album of Elemental Noise remains in the way of a well crafted experimental electronic music with an easy-listening ambient edge. Untouchables stars, unknown regions and deep curves of the Cosmos, eternal travel of lights through infinite spaces... All these impressions of immensity and eternity are describe with spacious sliding sounds, strange noises and strange percussions, weird voices and choir, ambient animated textures, and even a real Strings Orchestra interlaced with synth-ton...
Keywords: Elemental Noise; The Curved Light; Abstract Ambient; Experimental Electronic
|ELEMENTAL NOISE - The Book Of The Dead|
Here is the fourth album of Elemental Noise, a project by the French composer Jean-Luc Hervé Berthelot. The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead reveals a dark, chaotic and mysterious world, a terrifying world under its proper rules, but the Book discloses too a fascinating initiatic path toward the Light of Eternity. At one and the same time darker and luminous, all these tense atmospheres are perfectly rendered by Elemental Noise...
Keywords: Elemental Noise; The Book of the Dead; Electroacoustic; Post Concrete; Experimental Electronic; Dark Ambient